Author Archives: nathanalbright

About nathanalbright

I'm a person with diverse interests who loves to read. If you want to know something about me, just ask.

Vater Gott

When I was writing plays prolifically between 2003 and 2005, one of the more intriguing plays I wrote about my childhood was called Vater Gott. Vater Gott, one of the few works I have written with a German title [1], … Continue reading

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Why Aren’t They In The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame: Robert Plant

Why Aren’t They In The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame: Robert Plant With the induction of Ringo Starr into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, largely for his work to promote other artists with his All Starr Bands, … Continue reading

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Book Review: Fantastic Encounters

Fantastic Encounters (Fifth Edition Fantasy #7), by Bob Brinkman, Michael Curtis, Chris Doycle, and James Floyd Kelly With a title like “Fantastic Encounters,” a lot of people can imagine writing about some truly unfortunate scenarios, but what is meant here … Continue reading

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Geek’s Night Out

Earlier this week, a friend of mine sent me a picture with a character card on it for a role playing game that they had recently purchased with my last name on it. On such grounds I was invited to … Continue reading

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Book Review: Haunted By Combat

Haunted By Combat: Understanding PTSD in War Veterans, by Daryl S. Paulson and Stanley Krippner This book presents the reader with a bit of a dilemma, at least if that reader is not a combat veteran, yet is concerned enough … Continue reading

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Semper Vigilante

Among the books I read that belonged to my maternal grandparents growing up was a book on one of the New England lines of our family, not one that is particularly closely related, but one which has lines going back … Continue reading

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Book Review: Unusual Chickens For The Exceptional Poultry Farmer

Unusual Chickens For The Exceptional Poultry Farmer, by Kelly Jones, illustrations by Katie Kath If you like your epistlatory novels with cute and shy and clever twelve-year old protagonists, strong feminist themes, and receiving creepy letters from the dead, this … Continue reading

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What Makes C.S. Lewis’ View Of Subordinationism Orthodox?

Although I have spent some time in dealing with the thorny question of C.S. Lewis’ belief that Jesus Christ was subordinate and obedient to God the Father [1], something I imagine many readers will take as an obvious article of … Continue reading

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Siren’s Song

According to various Greek myths, the Sirens were chimerical sort of women who lured mariners to their death with the promises of being able to see both the past and the future. Odysseus, for example, upon the advice of one … Continue reading

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Laogai Archipelago

Although it is hard to acknowledge the lives of all who are worthy of being remembered for one reason or another [1], at times a life ends that is so striking that it requires notice. Such was the life of … Continue reading

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